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Peter Maurin speaks (January 1, 1939)

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According to Tom Cornell, the only recording of Peter Maurin speaking was taken from a wire recording made circa 1946-47. Several copies of this were pressed to 78rpm and sent to supporters of the Catholic Worker. He's reading his easy essay "Makers of Europe," or "When the Irish were Irish." (The Catholic Worker archives list this as c. 1939.)

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Date: 1939-01-01
Keywords: Peter Maurin; Catholic Worker

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